Recent Examples of outpatient from the Web
One of its outpatient clinics is less than a mile from the fire line, but still operating.
Concerns about security during Spencer's visit are forcing the university to close one of its biggest outpatient clinics and surgery centers, postponing medical services, one of the school's top doctors said.
In Morecambe Bay, this change avoided 1,400 unnecessary outpatient referrals in the 11 months to February 2017—no small achievement, since a bus journey from Millom to Lancaster can take more than two hours.
Studies repeatedly show residential rehab has no clinical benefit over less expensive outpatient settings that treat patients in their own communities.
The cost-of-living figure plays a major part in determining premiums for Medicare Part B, which covers doctor visits and other types of outpatient care for elderly and disabled Americans.
The University of Miami Health System closed its ambulatory clinics and canceled outpatient services starting Thursday, though dialysis and cancer treatments will continue until Friday.
This covers doctor visits, medical equipment and a vast range of other outpatient services.
Optum has grown rapidly over the years with an aggressive spate of acquisitions, bolting together everything from a burgeoning network of doctor practices to a major pharmacy-benefit manager to a large outpatient surgery company.
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